If you and your Android device end up in one of those places with no internet, you may start feeling anxious or bored, but the solution is not to panic.
In fact, with some planning and patience, you’ll have your favorite books to read, your favorite music to listen to, tools for getting around, and much, much more than that even without internet.
How is this possible? Well, let’s just say that I’ve done some digging and here are the best offline Android apps that you can enjoy even when the internet is down.
Survive with no Internet with the Best Offline Android apps:
I bet that many of you are not aware of the fact that Google Drive lets you download files and documents to your Android device. You can then work on these files offline and they sync straight back up into the cloud when you can finally enjoy an internet connection again.
To make this possible, just tap the Options icon of a file in Google Drive and hit the switch next to Keep on Device. Do that for as many files as you like and be sure of the fact that Google Drive will let you enjoy them even if being away from the cloud.
Do you want or have to shop abroad? Do you often convert one currency to another? Then, this app is for you as it comes with more than 100 currencies and has a calculator that will let you calculate the price of the goods in any currency in the world.
Don’t worry, the app works offline, the online mode is only required for update currency. If you don’t want to spend on expensive roaming, you can convert currencies offline, but don’t forget to update these rates. You can change the rate manual, not to mention the adavantges of saving the last currency pair and changing the direction of exchange with one touch.
Enter here to take the app.
Many offline maps allow routing these days, but OSMand is the best of all. I am saying that as long as this app is much more detailed than all the others and it also has the best level of accuracy that you can receive while being offline.
OSMand offers turn-by-turn voice guidance, re-routing and search. And it is only up to you to choose between the free and paid version. The free version limits you to 10 map downloads (one of which is none other than the world base map), but the best map add-ons, such as like contour lines ate not available for free.
Here’s where you can find the app.
Have you ever heard of an app known as Spotify? This is an amazing offline music app which gives you access to millions of tracks and it also lets you sync your playlists in the background, meaning all your music can be enjoyed even when you’re offline.
Even more, it’s very simple to assign all of that music to a microSD card if you don’t want it to take up all the space in your phone’s internal storage.
Do you want to give it a try too? Just click Spotify to download the app.
Are you frequently voyaging abroad or to locations lacking in internet? In such a case, let me tell you that Pocket is an app that has all the chances to become your favorite travel companion of all times. The app has a clean and easy-to-view reading experience that’s free of distractions, but more important, it gives you the possibility to save images, articles and more to be read offline at a later time.
Then, you can choose to recommend the most interesting stories you’re reading and watching in the app to your friends and followers.
Take the app from here.